Alpaca fiber is one of the
finest natural fibers in the world.
It is silky soft and lustrous, and
comes in 22 natural colors.
Alpaca fiber has a hollow core. This
allows the fiber to breathe and is
why it is so comfortable. The hollow
core in alpaca fibers trap pockets
of air which act as insulators
against both cold and heat.
Alpaca fiber absorbs liquids and is
why alpaca socks are so comfortable.
The thermal and water absorption
properties of alpaca blankets
provide a more comfortable and
Alpaca fiber is the only natural
fiber that is warm in the winter and
cool in the summer. Because Alpaca
fiber does not contain lanolin, it
is naturally hypoallergenic.
Alpaca fiber is sorted into
different fiber classifications. The
highest quality alpaca fiber is
classified as Baby Alpaca. This
fiber does not come from baby
alpacas, called crias, but is the
highest quality fiber with the
smallest micron count.
Mount Caesar Alpacas exclusively
uses Baby alpaca fiber in the
production of its products, wherever